arteriography


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arteriography

[är‚tir·ē′äg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Graphic presentation of the pulse.
Roentgenography of the arteries after the intravascular injection of a radiopaque substance.
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Even though arteriography is not completely accurate in diagnosing this condition, it was useful in identifying the lesion.
All these procedures can also be done in a minimally invasive way by means of arteriography with percutaneous transluminal angioplasty and/ or stenting.
Octogenarians seem to tolerate arteriography and arterial interventions as well as younger patients," Dr.
Information gathered included demographic data, location and vintage of the AVF, laboratory parameters, frequency of CVC placements, arteriography, and missed HD treatments due to cannulation difficulties.
Gradient echo MRI can help diagnose aqueductal stenosis, and arteriography is the standard for diagnosis of arterial dissection.
Diagnostic coronary arteriography and the therapeutic interventions of angioplasty and CABG were analyzed in terms of their relationships with mortality and SES.
An arteriography can show that the lesion is poorly vascularized.
We used the Access assay to measure concentrations of cTnI in sera from subjects in five groups: (a) 105 apparently healthy people, ages 22-84 years; (b) 44 patients with a typical history of myocardial infarction (MI) of <8 h duration; (c) 8 patients with severe muscular damage [total creatine kinase (CK) values 10 240 to 29 000 U/L] but no apparent cardiac injury; (d) 20 consecutive dialysis patients with no evidence of myocardial injury; and (e) 22 patients with unstable angina (diagnosis based on typical electrocardiogram changes during episodes of chest pain together with coronary arteriography, performed within 72 h of admission).
To test the theory that primary-care doctors frequently don't distinguish between heart attacks and panic attacks, Katon studied 74 people with chest pain who were sent on for coronary arteriography, a $2,000 procedure that determines whether blood vessels are clogged with plaque.
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Arteriorrhaphy with or without patch arteriography is a popular approach when dealing with saccular aneurysms, as these present with only a portion of degenerated arterial wall (1).